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Mayor Brandon M. Scott to Swear in Baltimore’s First City Administrator

On March 30, 2021 at 7:15PM, Mayor Brandon M. Scott swore in and officially appointed Christopher J. Shorter as the first-ever City Administrator of Baltimore.

 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Microsoft Expand Digital Alliance with the City of Baltimore

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing a Digital Alliance with Microsoft Corporation to provide digital skills courses to Baltimore residents and City employees through the Baltimore City Office of Information & Technology (BCIT). 

 

Mayor Scott, DPW Launch New Baltimore City Residential Sewage Onsite Support Cleanup Program

BALTIMORE, MD (Tuesday, March 23, 2021) — Mayor Brandon M.

Mayor Scott Names Chief Data Officer, Broadband and Digital Equity Director

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is continuing to build his core team by announcing today two key appointments tasked with modernizing City government and closing the digital divide.

 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott’s Statement on Fatal Fire in Southwest Baltimore

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement on a fatal fire in Southwest Baltimore early Saturday morning.

 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott’s Statement on Funding for Maryland HBCUs

Mayor Brandon M. Scott a statement on the Maryland General Assembly's passage of legislation to provide major funding for Maryland HBCUs.

 

Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott Delivers 2021 State of the City Address

On Thursday, May 18th 2021, his 100th day in office, Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott delivered the 2021 State of the City Address.

 

Mayor Scott to Appoint Jason Mitchell Department of Public Works Director

Fulfilling one of his top 100-day priorities, Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing the appointment of longtime public servant and transformational leader Jason Mitchell to lead the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.

 

Mayor Scott Eases COVID-19 Restrictions Following Four-Week Evaluation

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa announced that Baltimore City will further ease its COVID-19 mandates following consultation with public health partners and sustained improvements in public health data.

 

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